I have been dieting somewhat sucessfully now for the summer (down to 178
from 220 while able to put on some more muscle mass) and am trying to come to a
gradual soft landing into more and more "normal type" food. I have always
been a big bread fan - but during my diet avoided it (except for lite sliced
sandwich bread) I would love make my own bread if it was reasonably
economical and healthy. So a few questions.
1) Healthy home made bread: does it exist? If so how does it taste - can
one get reasonably good bread using egg beaters, skim milk, etc.
2) Home made vs. commercial - how does homemade bread stack up
economicaly and healthwise vs. commercial bread?
3) What kind of bread maker should I get? Any features that I "must
have" and pitfalls to avoid - any specific model recomendations or warnings?
Damark has a sale on a factory serviced breadmaker ($80) - Is this a good
price to pay.
Thanks for your help.